Brock Lesnar is now 40 and has not fought in the UFC in nearly two years, but the WWE superstar’s promoter says Lesnar has not yet closed the book on his mixed martial arts career.
Brock Lesnar retained his WWE Universal championship at Summer Slam on Sunday after quite a bit of drama.
Jon Jones reclaimed the UFC light heavyweight title Saturday night by knocking out Daniel Cormier in the third round, and he wasted no time trying to lay the groundwork for his next fight.
Despite recent reports indicating otherwise, Brock Lesnar has not begun the process of making himself eligible for a UFC return.
Brock Lesnar is an absolute physical monster. At a lean 6’3″, 286, Lesnar has competed in professional wrestling, football, and MMA.
When you look at Brock Lesnar, it’s hard to imagine the heavyweight has ever lost a fight in the UFC.
Is Brock Lesnar done fighting in the octagon?
Reports on Tuesday said that Lesnar informed the UFC that he is retiring from MMA.
Brock Lesnar was reportedly removed from the UFC’s active roster as part of a roster purge on Friday.